In her review of the debut of NBC's Bionic Woman, Maureen Ryan of the Chicago Tribune, says the show needs more of Katee Sackhoff:
There are moments when “Bionic Woman” (8 p.m. Wednesday, WMAQ-Ch. 5), the disappointingly average remake of the Lindsay Wagner vehicle from the ’70s, comes to life.
They’re when Katee Sackhoff (who plays Kara “Starbuck” Thrace on “Battlestar Galactica”) is on the screen. The catch: Sackhoff isn’t playing the show’s main character.
Jaime Sommers is played by English actress Michelle Ryan, and every time she and Sackhoff are together, I wished that the producers had waited one more season to make “Bionic Woman.”
If they’d held off, Sackhoff, who finishes “Battlestar” in early 2008, could have played Sommers. But even then, she would have had to work mightily to overcome the script’s leaden dialogue and dour tone.
Sackhoff’s recurring character is Sarah Corvus, another bionic woman who went rogue. Playing her as a lady with a penchant for bright red lipstick and melodramatic rebellion, Sackhoff bites into the villainess role with glee. In her scenes, “Bionic Woman” is every bit the slightly campy, action-oriented, B-grade escapism-fest I wanted it to be.
In other Katee news, she performed some voice work for the new XBox 360 game, "Halo 3". Also doing some voice acting in Halo 3 are actors from Firefly, Nathan Fillion (Malcolm Reynolds in Firefly), Adam Baldwin (Jayne Cobb in Firefly), Alan Tudyk (Wash in Firefly)